CNN Worldwide Chief Jeff Zucker Appears On Net Podcast, Sends Message Seeking Next Gig

"Interesting," responded soft-spoken, much-respected Axelrod, who is maybe best known for being chief strategist for Barack Obama's presidential campaigns.
"Okay. You could put me in touch with the right people?” Zucker added, do-you-know-who-I-am-ily.
CNN Worldwide chief Jeff Zucker appeared Monday on CNN contributor David Axelrod's podcast to put out word of other jobs in which he would be interested.
"No. 1, if the Miami Dolphins call, that's where I'll be," he began.
"I’m still interested in that,” Zucker clarified, adding, "it’s something that I would consider
"Well, give me a call if you are thinking about it," Axelrod added.
"I'm trying to send a message," Zucker agreed. Axelrod interrupted to note it was the second time Zucker had mentioned that during the interview, noting "they" are big listeners of his podcast, so Zucker might be shortening his career at CNN.
Axelrod informed his listeners Zucker turned down the chance to work with Al Gore in 2000, adding that Zucker has talked in the past about potentially running for office himself.
After first saying he could not say, Zucker added he knew two things for sure. Wrapping up his Zucker chat, Axelrod asked with the traditional "where will you be in five years" beauty-pageant question.
2 thing Zucker said he knows for sure about his next five years? The No. “I still harbor somewhere in my gut that I’m still very interested in politics.”
"You know somebody who could help?Zucker responded somewhat patronizingly.
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White House Cancels ‘State Of The Union’ Interview With John Bolton After Trump’s “Fake News” Attack On CNN

"Then the president attacked CNN during his UK presser, and our WH correspondent tried to ask a question," he tweeted. Tapper took to Twitter to announce the news saying that Bolton's interviewed was locked. Bolton remains fully prepared to do the interview but the White House has canceled it." "We are told Amb.
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The cancellation comes in the wake of Donald Trump's exchange with CNN's Jim Acosta at a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May Friday. Jake Tapper was set to interview National Security Adviser John Bolton on Sunday's State of the Union, but the White House decided to cancel the appearance.
He then attacked CNN's Jeff Zucker tweeting, “Remember, it was Little Jeff Z and his people, who are told exactly what to say, who said I could not win the election in that 'there was no way to 270' (over & over again) in the Electoral College. Still hurting!" During the aforementioned press conference, Trump refused to answer a question from Acosta and then said that the news network didn’t cover his “takedown” of the reporter. I got 306! They were sooooo wrong in their election coverage.
No word yet on whether or not Bolton has rescheduled his appearance on Tapper's State of the Union.